Talking About SINGLE PAYER: Health Care Equality for America #2020

Talking About SINGLE PAYER: Health Care Equality for America By James Burdick Talking About SINGLE PAYER Health Care Equality for America Challenging the shower of criticism coming from all but one of the presidential candidates a book just released by a Johns Hopkins transplant surgeon asserts that a Single Payer health care syst
  • Title: Talking About SINGLE PAYER: Health Care Equality for America
  • Author: James Burdick
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  • Page: 160
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  • Talking About SINGLE PAYER: Health Care Equality for America By James Burdick Challenging the shower of criticism coming from all but one of the 2016 presidential candidates, a book just released by a Johns Hopkins transplant surgeon asserts that a Single Payer health care system will actually save most taxpayers money In Talking About SINGLE PAYER Health Equality for America, Dr James F Burdick details the opportunities for further savings in tChallenging the shower of criticism coming from all but one of the 2016 presidential candidates, a book just released by a Johns Hopkins transplant surgeon asserts that a Single Payer health care system will actually save most taxpayers money In Talking About SINGLE PAYER Health Equality for America, Dr James F Burdick details the opportunities for further savings in the present U.S system, despite the improvements of Obamacare Dr Burdick maintains that through controlling expenses that do not help patients, a single payer system will simplify our health care, improve the quality of care and provide savings far exceeding the cost of extending coverage to every American He cites the following as the principal sink holes of wasted US medical expenditures insurance administration 300 billion harmful excessive care at least 500 billion lost taxes from employer health plans 100 billion None of these costs would be necessary in a single payer system Savings of nearly a trillion dollars, as detailed in these estimates, will far exceed the cost of extending coverage to the over 30 million presently unserved Americans Dr, Burdick asserts that this common sense has been buried in expensive campaign advertising that confuses present reality and clouds future possibilities The game changing argument in this book is that now no one can honestly claim that higher costs will result for most Americans in a single payer sy
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    1. A decent book on single payer for the record I like the idea but you can tell it was written by a brain surgeon, not a writer It rambles a bit but makes a good case for single payer which if the US was a normal industrialized country we would have had in the 1940s I like the book but I am waiting for treatment by someone who is a little organized in the presentation.


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